Possibility of new protests in Iran still exists
A Professor of Economics in Tehran believes: “If the government continues to pursue its misguided policies, add to that the economic pressures of the sanctions, and a possibility of new protests erupting in Iran in 2019 still exists.”
Protests continue in Iran in various forms
A Tehran-based professor of economics believes: “The protests of December-January 2017 were the result of the government’s wrong policies over the past three, leading to economic inequality, corruption and a limited job market. The protests are still ongoing in the form of increased emigration, addiction, divorce and frustration.”
Rouhani warning to EU re third option in JCPOA
President Rouhani of Iran attended a session at the Islamic Consultative Assembly [Parliament] today, Tuesday, to answer questions by lawmakers.
Iran’s Labor Minister is dismissed
Unhappy with his explanations, the Members of Parliament at Iran’s Islamic Consultative Assembly voted for the impeachment of Ali Rabiei, Iran’s Minster of Cooperatives, Labor, and Social Welfare.
IMF: Iran leading regional economic growth
In its latest 6-monthly report, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has published its forecasts on Iran and the world, naming Iran as leading regional economic growth among oil producing countries.